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  1. Highways warn of overnight closure on Manchester-bound M56 for four nightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Knutsford Guardian

    MOTORISTS are being warned that a short section of the Manchester-bound M56 Manchester carriageway will be closed overnight from tonight for up to four days. The work will result in the closure of the eastbound carriageway between junction 7 and 6 for up to four nights, between 10pm and 5am.

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  2. Still making music and mirth 60 years onRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Messenger Newspapers

    THIS year, the Temperance Seven celebrate their 60th anniversary - Derek Galloway from Glebelands Road, Sale. has been their vocalist for 37 of them.

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  3. Ticket to raise cash - Walk's campaign takes to the roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Messenger Newspapers

    The event, which aims to raise cash for St Ann's Hospice, will be promoted on posters on buses run by Greater Manchester. Community Transport.

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  4. Hunt for Altrincham painter's originals turns up 30 new worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Messenger Newspapers

    A recent exhibition at Hale Library showcased the works of George Allen -a prominent Timperley watercolourist whose depictions of Trafford landmarks have been widely used on postcards of the area. Son, Gordon Allen, is on a mission to document and collect his late father's oeuvre and has now started work on a book compiling George's paintings.

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  5. Lymm go into the play-offs hoping for betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Warrington Guardian

    WITH the league title wrapped up, Lymm went into their final match hoping to sign off in style but never really got to grips with the game. A poor start led to an opening goal for Timperley but Lymm hit back when Helen Weston went through on goal after forcing the last defender into an error.

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  6. Rare platinum wedding anniversary celebrated by Timperley coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Messenger Newspapers

    Vincent, 93, and Teresa Collett, 89, of Fairywell Road were married at St Vincent's Church, Altrincham, on March 1, St David's Day 1945 and have spent their entire married life in the area. The couple first met at a mutual friend's wedding in 1942 before Vincent went to join the Royal Signals Regiment.

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  7. Pupils from Heyes Lane Primary, Timperley, learn all about milkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | Messenger Newspapers

    CHILDREN across Altrincham are being treated to special assemblies as part of a Trafford dairy's 'Meet The Milkman' road-show. Creamline Dairies began their tour of Altrincham schools by teaching students at Timperley's Heyes Lane Primary School how milk is produced.

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  8. Historic stone on display in Urmston churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Messenger Newspapers

    Pictured with the stone is David Smith,Derek Prince and John Howe with the stone at St Clements church in Urmston Pictured with the stone is David Smith,Derek Prince and John Howe with the stone at St Clements church in Urmston AN ENGRAVED stone slab that is one of the oldest artefacts from Urmston's history is now on display in the town. The one hundredweight stone was originally part of Urmston Hall, which was destroyed in a blaze in the late 1400s..

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  9. Timperley man scales London's third tallest Skyscraper for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Messenger Newspapers

    TIMPERLEY man John Quinton-Barber successfully sprinted up London's third tallest skyscraper Tower 42, to raise money for Shelter. John, managing director at Sale based Social Communications, ran up all 922 steps in under eight minutes on March 2, raising almost A 300 for the housing and homelessness charity.

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  10. Josh Waterworth boxes his way to second successive North West titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Leigh Journal

    Boxing in the England Junior National Championships, the 14-year-old light flyweight put on an impressive display to clearly outpoint Shaun McManus, of Wythenshawe. Also appearing in the NW flyweight final, Harry Winnard was unlucky to lose to Tyler Wilson, of Whitehaven, on a split decision, despite a dominant third round.

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  11. Centenarian still helping her juniors in a life full of kindnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    A Timperley woman selflessly devoted to helping others is celebrating her 100th birthday this Sunday with family and friends, writes Richard Craig. Blanche Archer was born on March 2, 1915 in Dunham Massey, and spent her life helping people - whether it is elderly residents at Lyngarth House, Timperley, or prisoners of war during World War II.

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  12. Film society gears up for 85th seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    "My mum was a great movie buff, so she used to take us twice a week to the pictures as a child." said John, originally from Dundee but now living on Bradley Close, Timperley.

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  13. Callum Craven wins second BUCS boxing titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    ALTRINCHAM boxer Callum Craven admitted the wait was worth it after tasting his second BUCS Nationals title, nine years after the first. Back in 2006, Craven was crowned champion of the ring in the 64kg category while an undergraduate student with Kingston University.

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  14. An artist's impression of the M32 development in TimperleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    Prospect Home reports that all 19 properties on the opening phase of its Met 32 development, off Deansgate Lane, have now been sold or reserved from plan. Collette Riding, sales manager at Prospect Homes, said: "When Prospect Homes acquired the land next to the Bridgewater Canal and began planning Met 32, we were confident about the appeal of its waterside setting but we didn't expect the entire opening phase to be sold from plan.

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  15. Mr Gaulton's dog, Molly, was badly injured in the attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    Graham and Debra Penson were left devastated when their pet cat, Blackie, was killed during a frenzied attack by two Rottweilers THE Owner of two Rottweilers, which tore a pet cat to pieces in front of its owners before setting upon a stricken man, has been banned from owning dogs. Kim Lloyd-de-Lise appeared at Trafford Magistrates Court this week having pleaded guilty to two counts of being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control.

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  16. Prominent Trafford painter's originals uncovered during worldwide searchRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    Gordon Allen with a scan of his father's painting of Altrincham. Image rights to the work were purchased by Trafford Council and it later appeared on postcards.

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  17. Girls' football team needs more playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    A GIRLS' football team from Timperley that trains at Manchester United's Carrington training ground is looking for more players to add to its development group. The team, part of Timperley Villa YFC, consists of 10 girls aged 7 - 12, who currently hold winter training every Monday evening at Blessed Thomas Holford School in Altrincham.

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  18. Samuel was born with enlarged kidneys, undergoing a transplant at the age of 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    His selection to Team GB has come as a result of his performance at the Bolton Games where he impressed enough to earn the call-up. The World Transplant Games, supported by the International Olympic Committee, represents the largest organ donor awareness event in the world, featuring a week of 13 sporting events.

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  19. Samuel was born with enlarged kidneys, undergoing a transplant at the age of 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    His selection to Team GB has come as a result of his performance at the Bolton Games where he impressed enough to earn the call-up. The World Transplant Games, supported by the International Olympic Committee, represents the largest organ donor awareness event in the world, featuring a week of 13 sporting events.

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  20. Timperley newsagent's head into the sunset after three decades in the saddleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    Tony , 73, and Margaret Clegg, 71, have been inundated with cards of good wishes at the Moss Lane shop from customers and former staff including paper boys. The pair first got involved in running a similar business in Little Bollington for Tony's father before settling in Timperley in 1984.

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